David Mwaure Waihiga
Mwaure & Mwaure Waihiga & Co. Advocates was begun in 1987. Mr David Mwaure Waihiga, one of the founders of the firm has been practising as an advocate of Kenya since 1983. Prior to that he worked as Government State counsel in 1983 but the rest of the time as a private practitioner in various companies.
- He has a Bachelors of Laws Degree.
- He has a Masters in Leadership Studies.
- Registered as a Certified Public Secretary.
- A Certified Professional mediator .
- He is a Notary Public.
- His a commissioner for Oaths.
- A member of International Bar Association.(IBA).
- A member of Pan African Lawyers Union (PALU).
- A member of East African Law Society (EALS).
- A member of Law Society of Kenya (LSK).
- A member of Mediation Training Institute International.
- A member of Kenya Christian Lawyers Fellowship (KCLF)
Mrs. Anna Ngibuini MwaureMrs. Anna Ngibuini Mwaure worked as a resident magistrate between 1983 to 1987 but the rest of the time as a private practitioner.
She used to lecture on part-time basis in both Daystar University and St Pauls University She is currently a Board Member of Rongo University. She is in the Committee of the Law Society of Kenya, (Advocates) Disciplinary Committee. She also worked as a consultant in legal matters for two years at World Vision Kenya.
- She has a Bachelors of Laws Degree.
- Registered as a Certified Public Secratary
- She is a Notary Public.
- She is a Commissioner for Oaths.
- A member of the Law Society of Kenya (LSK).
- A member of East African Law Society (EALS)
- Member of Committee of Continuing Legal Education LSK (CLE)
- Member of Mediation Training Institute of East Africa.
The firm has a total number of 18 staff which includes the two founding partners, an Associate lawyer, three paralegals and a support staff of five consisting of an accountant, a secretary, a court clerk, a receptionist and a driver cum document clerk. The Firm recruits staff as the need arises and as per our strategic plan. We follow the HR guidelines on recruitment and Kenyan labour laws. We also train atleast two law students per year and currenty we have three. Our working environment is friendly and our package is competitive.